Katherine E. Wolff, nds
I was born in the USA, child of a non-religious Jewish father from Berlin, Germany, and a Christian mother from North Dakota, USA; I grew up as a Christian. I am a Sister of Our Lady of Sion, a Roman-Catholic congregation at the heart of whose vocation is the relationship between Christians and Jews. After beginning my life in the USA, I lived in Germany for many years, as well as in England and Italy, and since January 1999 in Israel, first in our community in Jewish West-Jerusalem and now in Kiryat Yearim just above the Arab-Muslim village of Abu Ghosh. I studied theology and worked mainly in adult education in the biblical and Jewish-Christian areas. Since 2002 I have been living as a solitary contemplative in a life marked essentially by silence and solitude.
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